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to be vastly reduced by the time it comes over here but it is certainly scary and jennifer delgado is in the weather center with more on when the clouds may make their way over here. >> i want to ease everybody's nerves. we've been dealing with leaks across this place but we haven't been dealing with any ejections. let me show you right now talking about the winds, the winds so very important dealing with the fukushima daiichi plant and leaking. winds coming out of the northwest, that is the offshore flow, what we want and we'll continue to see that through today, tomorrow and even through saturday. as we start to go through early next week, potentially we could see those winds shifting. take a look at this graphic right here, talking about the surface winds and the winds have been very strong. we actually have an area of low pressure that's departing and this model will start right back in, in a second, you can see how tight they are. this is actually potentially taking some of that radiation up towards the aleutian islands, even potentially up towards northeastern portions of rus
this morning, more rain for the northeast this morning. even some snow in parts. jennifer delgado's going to have this morning's travel forecast after the break. >>> two weeks after the star player collapsed on the court, the high school basketball team goes for the fourth playoff in a row. >>> rise and shine. it is 6:48 here in new york today. oh, sorry, that's atlanta. i get confused. all those tall buildings out there. it's atlanta, this morning. it's still 6:48. so 44 degrees going up to 65 degrees a little bit later. so good morning to our friends down south. it's a little darker now. did you notice at about 7:00 last night, there was still a little bit of daylight. you like that? >> i do like it. it means spring and summer are around the corner. >>> officials at a prestigious new york high school are investigating a cheating scandal. students are accused of paying thousands of dollars to have someone else take the s.a.t.s for them. the cost is $1 per score point. can you believe that? s.a.t. officials say students caught cheating will have their scores canceled. and the colleges the
meteorologist jennifer delgado in atlanta this morning. what do we know right now about the winds and how they may perhaps be carrying the nuclear plumes? radioactive plumes? >> right now we've been dealing with winds coming in from the east-northeasterly direction for the last five to six hours and that's not the direction we want to see because that's an onshore flow. you're looking at a graphic right here and looking at the winds. of course we're watching the fukushima plant, but again, with the winds coming in from the east/northeast, roughly about 5 to 10 miles per hour, that is going to push that potential for that radioactive material toward more populated area. what we really want to see is actually an offshore flow. and that's what we've been dealing with over the last several days. as i show you on this graphic, we're going to see an area of low pressure pushing through. and that's going to swing those winds around from the northwest. that is actually going to be offshore. and that is going to improve conditions. but that's not going to happen for about another 12 hours. talking
? >> deadly flooding is gripping parts of malaysia and thailand. for that, we go to jennifer delgado joining us now on the international weather center. good day to you, jennifer. what do you have for us. >> the flooding situation, really a sad one across parts of thailand. we picked up their monthly average 15 times above average for this time of the year. certainly the rain has been coming down. as i showd you in the satellite images, you see enflairment out of that. you can see there in the red, heavier rainfall coming down. show you what it looks like, talking millions of dollars in damage. trucks going through flooded roadways, electricity is out, communication is down, flights have been cancelled off and on for the next several days in parts of thailand. and 11 people have died. 76,000 people have been displaced from the heavy rainfall that's been happening since friday as well as saturday over the weekend. that man walking through. water up to his shoulders. certainly a sad situation across parts of thailand. as i take you back over, look at the totals. in the last 24 hours, impressiv
, see if it's going to be raining bank notes anytime soon. jennifer delgado joins us, hello, jen. >> hello. it was probably a good day for those people who walked up to the atm. let's talk about the weather. we've been watching the low pressure spinning across the mediterranean sea, over the last four days and it's causing big time problems as we bring in heavy rainfall, as well as very strong winds. let me show you the winds out there. notice up to about 176. that would out to 110 miles per hour. in fact, it was so gusty towards northeastern parts of italy, reportedly, 90 people were injured in the central part of italy. apparently one person lauf their live due to drowning. 4.5 inches. now, what are we going to see today? that low is going to continue to weaken but we will briefly see winds gusting up in parts of central italy, you can see, down towards the south. but it's as keeping the weather cooler and windy through more than parts of africa as well. in fact for areas right along tunisia, as well as libya, temperatures are unseasonably cool. temperatures, 10 degrees and not
. jennifer delgado standing by at the cnn weather center. what more can you tell snus. >> hi, nina, well, we're talking about the fukushima daiichi plants. right now we are dealing with an easterly flow. and that is going to continue to spread that potential for that radiation over towards areas. we're talking communities just to the west of the fukushima daiichi plant. the winds are from the east. as we go through tomorrow. talking about tomorrow morning as well as through the remainder of the day, we will see an improvement with the wind direction. winds coming out of the northwest. and that is going to provide an offshore flow. and that is going to be good news for residents who live over towards the west. i also want to point out to you that the winds will be peaking at 42 miles per hour. that will help with the mixing of the radiation leaking out of the plant. in addition to the winds, we're also talking about the temperatures outside. very cold. notice anywhere up towards the north, dealing with temperatures generally in the single digits. feels even cooler when you add in that wind. i
meteorologist jennifer delgado at the weather center. and news of more snow for parts of europe. this is march, jen, do i need to remind you? and unless you happen to be planning a late ski trip, this won't be welcome, is it? >> no, in fact, it's not. a lot of people are really fed up with the snow. but we're going to focus on eastern europe. and we have this area of low pressure. and last week, you remember i talked about it was actually spinning through italy. now it's sitting on top of parts of turkey and going to continue to bring snow for turkey, greece, up towards georgia as we go through today because it's going to be sitting and spinning. in fact, it's not going to move until tuesday. and before then, we're going to look at heavy snowfall amounts for areas anywhere you're seeing in purple as well as in red. potentially about 25 to some locations about 50 centimeters of snowfall. and a little bit into areas including moscow. i have some images for you. and yes, a lot of people are tired of the snow. you're looking out of photos out of belarus. they're wrestling. why is that, charles? th
want to know what's going on with the weather. our meteorologist, jennifer delgado is at the cnn weather center, and there are a few problems with rain and snow. >> that's right. we are talking about the west coast and the east coast. today is the start of the vernal equinox. it started on sunday and we're still dealing with wild weather. on the west coast, dealing with heavy rainfall that's starting to taper off through parts of california. spreading over to nevada and also some snow. for today, we will see showers and thunderstorms. potentially you could expect travel delays, especially with wind gusts kicking up to about 50 kph as we go throughout the afternoon. along with it, a foot of snow, talking mountain snow in some of the higher elevations. certainly things have not quieted down on the west coast. parts of oregon have been dealing with rain almost every day for the last month. this is part of the rainy season across the pacific northwest. as we look across the northeast, dealing with snow, wintry mix and rain showers due to a cold front. that approaching cold front is n
, jennifer delgado joining us from the international weather center. good morning, jen. >> good morning, charles, you're right. we've been seeing zig delays over parts of europe. it's because of low pressure. it starts in parts of italy and will move more slowly over towards the east and that's where it's producing an incredible amount of snowfall as well as rain. you see what's happening across europe. there's the low we're talking about. that's the one pulling all the moisture off the black sea, at the same time, pulling in moisture from the mediterranean sea. that is making heavy rainfall. let me show you some of this video coming out of turkey. we've been hoping to get this for the last several days. keep in mind, i've been talking about this since sunday. you can see see people driving through snowy streets. the gray, yucky snow that happens when you're dealing with it for so long. of course, this caused problems, travelwise, motorists, as well as school kids. some had to actually stay home. you can see people stranded and they actually had to do a little bit of walking. there's th
are heating up on both sides of the equator. for more on that, jennifer delgado joins us from the international weather center. good morning, jen. >> yeah, we're dealing with warm temperatures down below as well as north of the equator. we've been so spoiled by the mild temperatures. we have an area of low pressure, that's going to be moving over toward the east, still going to be quiet, but a cold front moving in, of course, and that will bring along with it a chance for a few showers and drop those temperatures back down. for today, still looking pretty nice. high of 16 degrees in paris, 17 in madrid, 12 in vienna, 16 in rome, good portion of europe beau freezing. and your hot spot today, brussels, high of 13, tuesday, about 17 degrees. weather certainly looking pretty good across europe. down towards south of the equator, talking about in western australia. for perth, warm temperatures over the last several days. temperature right now of 31 degrees, today peaked at 34. and for tomorrow, still quite hot. we're dealing with these dry winds coming in from the west. and unfortu
this morning with jennifer delgado. hey, jennifer. >> you're right. let's talk about the weather for today. we are going to see some storms out there. and currently tracking some right on the radar. i want to show you what we're looking at. notice parts of missouri as well as arkansas, a line of strong storms. that means potentially you're going to see delays driving through little rock as well as northern and southern parts of arkansas. up to the north and in addition to this rain, wouldn't you know it, we are dealing with snow out there. and spreading in to the west of st. louis. jefferson city. but it's also streaming all the way back along interstate 70, out towards kansas city, areas towards topeka. we're talking anywhere between about 1 to 2 inches of snowfall. but no warnings in place. and that is the good news. now, as i widen the view up for you, we are going to see sunshine. up toward the north, expect sunny skies, down towards the southwest, now for today, as i said, we're going to be dealing with the stormy conditions and the chance for some hail as well as gusty winds. but as that
to meteorologist jennifer delgado for more on what to expect today. jen? >>> yesterday was a wild day. i want to look at this graphic for you and point out to you -- look at the reports. you can see in blue wind damage as well as tornadoes. reportedly we had five tornadoes touch down across parts of the u.s., that includes pennsylvania as well as tennessee and even california. let me show you some damage coming out of pennsylvania. now national weather service still has to go out there and survey the damage. but you can see certainly a very strong storm system coming through that region. roofs out, you see second floors of some of those homes ripped out across parts of the u.s. now as i take you over to the radar, i'm going to point out things have really died down. for the northeast, that storm system moving out of there, just a little snow as well as a little wintry mix moving out of the northeast as well as new england, but out toward the west, we are dealing with another story. we're talking heavy snow is going to be coming to parts of california once again. but let me show you some of th
is coming as spring air arrives in the east. jennifer delgado with your weather forecast next. all that overnight shipping. that must cost a fortune. it sure does. well, if it doesn't have to get there overnight, you can save a lot with priority mail flat rate envelopes. one flat rate to any state, just $4.95. that's cool and all... but it ain't my money. i seriously do not care... so, you don't care what anyone says, you want to save this company money! that's exactly what i was saying. hmmm... priority mail flat rate envelopes, just $4.95 only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. >>> beautiful baltimore, maryland this morning. partly cloudy right now, 53 degrees. >> mostly sunny later today, 76 degrees in baltimore. it's going to be nice. going to be nice here, nice in the midwest. >> yeah, for a day. jennifer delgado is following this for us today. it's going to be beautiful parts in the northeast, other parts, and back to being cold again. what's going on? >> you're going to cool down in new york. as we head into saturday as well as into sunday. but for today, this w
circle. jennifer delgado has more on that. jennifer, tell us all because interestingly enough, being british it seems as though prince harry's there for the next five days. what's the weather going to be like? >> it's going to be cold this there, temperatures in the 20s. it's going to feel like minus 29 at times. but as mentioned, yes, we are tracking what's happening up in the arctic. and i want to go over to some video for you. we are following what's happening with melting sea ice. we sent a crew there. and you're looking at photos coming out of resolute bay. and they're up there with these scientists. and these scientists are actu actually measuring how this is affecting climate change. this is the third year they've done this. they're at the arctic survey. and this is where the big research is going. i'll take you over the graphic here. and you saw the video. this is the area our crew was stuck at. i shouldn't say stuck at. they enjoyed the cold temperatures. they finally made it up to the ice base, that's located about 560 kilometers to the north of resolute bay. and that's whe
with some kind of flooding this wednesday. for more on that, let's go to meteorologist jennifer delgado from the international weather center. jennifer, which states worst affected? >> we're talking across the northeast as well as the midsection of the u.s. i want to show you on this graphic right here just to give you an idea of how bad the flooding situation is. you can see anywhere in green, these are areas dealing with some type of flooding, and we're going to continue to see flooding problems through today and even potentially as we go through friday as we do have another storm system that is moving through. but i want to show you some flooding video coming out of the northeast. now, the problem is, we are dealing with recent rainfall. this has caused a snow melt, and now we're looking at the flooding situation after we have renewed rainfall. and you're looking at a river there. this is out of new hampshire. you can see crews out there trying to break this up so they don't have an ice jam. again, this is out of new hampshire. cold weather along with the heavy rainfall. now we go to some
jennifer delgado at the cnn international weather center. jen, what are you finding on this? >> certainly people have good reason to be concerned. because the last couple of days, we saw favorable wind flow. yesterday we really got in a bad pattern. right now, the weather has certainly improved. look at the winds coming out of the northwest at 28 kph. here is the fukushima plant. all of that radiation is going to be pushed over toward these. not all of it, but the wind flow and surface levels is certainly going to be ideal as we go through the remainser of today. really, for the next several days ahead. look at this model right here showing the northwest flow. the winds are going to be gusty. that's good news. that will also help to mix out some of that radiation in the lower levels. but let's take you back in time. like just yesterday, we dealt with this onshore flow for several hours. as i show you on this graphic right here, as i take you back, we're looking at an air trajectory model. when we have the flow coming onshore yesterday, we're showing you air parcells at three different lev
to jennifer delgado at the world weather center. >> that's right. we're going to talk more about that earthquake. it was a 7.2, it struck around 11:45, certainly a major earthquake located about 100 kilometers offshore of japan. since then, we've actually been picking up really a good number of aftershocks, reportedly we've seen about 15. you can see right in red, we have one just within the last hour. anywhere ranging from about 4.1 up to about 5.7. we're going to continue with that as we go through the day and potentially the next several days ahead. i want to point out the to that overall we saw light to moderate shaking, and you can see that by the area in green. you also mentioned the fact there was a tsunami. and i want to report to you no other dangers out there with the tsunamis. all advisories and warnings have been canceled. but there was a tsunami felt right in this area located about 100 kilometers away from the initial earthquake. and we're talking it looks like the wave height was right about .54 meters, works out to be about 1.8 feet. certainly not a major one, but
through parts of california, and we have been over the last several months indeed. charles. >> jennifer delgado, thank you very much indeed. >>> just ahead, we crunch the numbers. some tech stocks in china you may want to consider if you have a few bulbs to spare ahead on "world business today." girl: mom, can i have a dollar? i think my purse is upstairs on the bed. it's not here. check the dining room. nope. the upstairs closet? announcer: moms everywhere are finding ways to keep kids active and healthy. get ideas. get involved. get going at gbagbo. >>> welcome back. live from cnn hong kong and cnn london, this is "world business today." >>> a new google search page, get ready to hit the "1" button. when you do, you will be given a list of g mail chats buddies and your contact group. more news from the search group. google has chosen kansas city as the place to deploy its ultra fast internet. >> kansas is our first city. congratulations. >> google's chief financial officer announces they will build and test drive a new high speed fiber network in kansas city, how fast, o
jennifer delgado has more on that. jen? >> hi, you're right. conditions are getting worse. across northern japan they are still dealing with snow and more snow on the way. i want to show you a look at current conditions across parts of japan. as you notice, for fukushima the temperature right now minus 1. minus 6 degrees. the winds from the north-northwest continues to be good because that means we are dealing with an offshore flow and it looks like it's going to stay that way as we go through potentially even through friday and that is going to certainly be good news. as i show you what's happening and what we're going to see for the next two days, notice more of that snow work iing in, moref that sea effect snow and the heaviest up to the north. for areas including sendai and fukushima we're done with the snow and the rain. however, it is still going to be really cold across the region. now i also want to update you on the air across the region and we have this graphic here. this is going to help you track the air parcel three different levels from ten meters up to 300, what we're expect
in parts of the u.s. and snow is in the forecast for the northeast. jennifer delgado with the details. i thought this was supposed to be spring. >> i know, spring still a couple of weeks away. but certainly dealing with heavy rainfall across parts of the u.s. as you said, we are dealing with flooding, especially through the midsection of the u.s. as i'll show you, we do have warnings in place. you can see from tennessee all the way up towards the northeast. and this is because we've been dealing with some heavy rainfall in addition to snow melt that's been happening over the last several days. let's go to some video coming out of the midsection of the u.s. this is out of indiana. that might look like a lake to you, but this is part of indiana that's dealing with flooding there. roads are basically impassable in some areas. and it looks like some rivers are going to crest on tuesday. right around 13 meters, about 2 meters above flood stage. and the problem is, we are going to see more rain working into the forecast. and that is going to potentially make the flooding situation worse throug
. we understand some weather is moving into the quake region. jennifer delgado with a look at what that means. jen? >> hi. the days after the earthquake, temperatures were actually above average for this time of year. but the problem is now, we are dealing with cold rain in the forecast. and we're also going to be dealing with snow. as i show you the temperatures right now, it's cold outside. you can see temperatures in the single digits in northern parts of japan and feels cooler. the temperatures are going to continue to drop. as we go through the overnight and even for the next several days, barely really going to struggle to make it out of the lower single digits. we have a storm system coming through pulling out of the sea of japan. that as i said will be bringing some rain and some snow. with so many people without power, in addition to people being homeless and without their belongings, this was certainly what you don't want to see. and again, we're going to see some of that snow working in. it's going to be heavy along the western coastline of japan. but we're talking about
to the forecast. and our meteorologist jennifer delgado is tracking more snow and rain for parts of the u.s. let's get an update for the business travelers out there who might be heading to the airports. jen? >> guess what? we have spring snow coming down through parts of the northern area of the u.s. you can see exactly where i'm talking about for north and south dakota. from minnesota, that snow even spreading over towards the east, including parts of pennsylvania and new york. in addition to that, we are dealing with rain out there. with the rain, we have a cold front and a warm front just to the northeast. we will be dealing with the potential of strong storms today, and some of those storms could produce tornadoes and gusty winds. speaking of tornadoes, let's get over to some video coming out of iowa. you are seeing a funnel cloud. you see the roping there. it's actually, if you look closely down towards the bottom of the screen, you can see some of that debris being kicked up by that cloud. this is out of creston, iowa. this is from one of our i-reporters, jennifer walsh. she did this safe
lower. it's currently hovering at 75 cents against the u.s. dollar. meteorologist jennifer delgado is standing by at the cnn weather center. >> the weather has cooperated over the last several days in christchurch. we have a storm system coming in off the tazman sea. that will bring in gusty winds as well as a chance for rain. we are going to continue to see those winds picking up as we go into the overnight hours as well as into early tomorrow morning and early through the midday. we could see wind gusts up to 90 kph. that works to 60 miles an hour. i point it out to you, because so much of the area dealing with mini structures that are actually not so sturdy. we're talking many of the structures, if you add in the wind gusts of 09 kph, that could cause damage. here's the storm system moving in from the tazman sea. along with it, it's going to bring in some rain. we will see showers and thunderstorms moving into the overnight hours as well as tomorrow. the other part of the story as this comes through, this will be blowing around. if you remember last week, we talked about liquidi
.s. is dealing with a drought right now. let's find out from jennifer delgado. >> hi, max. it's hard to believe, we talked so much about the heavy snow that the u.s. has experienced. down towards the south, they are dealing with a drought. the southern areas, anywhere you see in red or orange, this is indicating severe to extreme drought. it extends from parts of texas, as well as all the way over towards floridaing, and florida right now dealing, again, with wildfires. anywhere you see the cones right there, these are wildfires in parts of the south and extends all the way west to parts of california. let's focus in on what we have. video in showing you what firefighters are dealing with in central parts of florida. firefighters say they have minimal containment of the fire, so far, 17,000 acres. and we're going to see the wind coming from the northeast today. we'll see gusts up to 40 kph, about 25 miles per hour, and that's going to be pushing that smoke over towards the west a bit more. and busy interstate 95 was actually shut down a couple times thus week. as we take you over, there is that
analysis of the game online and depressed pakistani cricket fans as well. >>> jennifer delgado is at the world weather center where she is keeping her eye on a system in northern australia. what's going on there? >> we have a tropical cyclone watch in place for the northern territory. we have a system there, now an area of low pressure, moving through pulling in a lot of moisture and bringing very heavy rainfall through parts of darwin. you can see anywhere in green, the area we're dealing with potential for flooding. by saturday, we could see this developing into a tropical cyclone. if you put this in the atlantic, it would be a tropical storm. yes, we'll be dealing with potential for winds but the heavy rainfall, anywhere you see in red, is the heaviest rainfall and we will continue to see that as we go through today and tomorrow and potentially saturday and sunday. you can really get an idea and see visually, hard to see that circulation coming together as we go 48 hours out. we see winds roughly around 74 kph. it's not just darwin dealing with flooding and queensland and ra
to hour meteorologist jennifer delgado to find out exactly how the weather situation is affecting the search and rescue operations in japan. jen, good morning to you. we heard from stan grant earlier on in the show. and we could just hear on the line the wind from tokyo. what else can you tell us about the wind and how it's affecting the spread of radiation from that damaged plant? >> you're right. and the winds have been quite gusty over the last 12 hours. look at those winds, 44 kbh coming from the u.s., 44 in tokyo. certainly very windy out there, but we actually like to see this because this wind is coming offshore as opposed to what we saw yesterday when we had that onshore flow that was helping to spread some of that radiation across parts of the populated areas across japan. as we go through the next 24 to 48 hours, as we go through the remainder of today, thursday, and friday, the winds still out of the northwest, that's good news, that's going to continue to push any of that radioactive material over towards the east offshore. so that means the populated area is actually
very closely the wind direction. meteorologist jennifer delgado with details on that. we heard talk about the smoke being seen from the nuclear power plant. wind will play a huge factor. >> that's right. and we're actually going to be dealing with offshore winds. once again for today. this right here is showing you a location from fukushima, located about 20 kilometers to the west of the fukushima power plant. winds from the northwest at 26 kilometers per hour. that offshore flow back into the pacific ocean. certainly it's not going to be like what we saw earlier this week when we saw the onshore wind flow. as we go through thursday, we're going to continue to see that westerly wind, which is good. by the time we roll into friday, we are going to see an area of low pressure approaching. and on the backside of that, that is going to shift our winds once again from the northeast. so certainly we want to see the situation being rectified very quickly. but the reality is right now, conditions are quiet, but we will see another storm system coming in very likely shifting those winds back
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